2016 Renault Megane Estate GT – Geneva Motor Show Live
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Features the 4CONTROL all-wheel steer technology.
Renault has unveiled the 2016 Renault Megane Estate at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, which is the second bodystyle of the all new Renault Megane family.
Based on the RenaultSport GT grade, the show car features dark anodised aluminium roof bar, chrome trim around the side windows and C-pillar, Honeycomb mesh grille, wide bumper air inlet flanked by two air scoops at the front and chrome exhaust tailpipe enclosed in a sculpted silver diffuser at the rear.
Inside, the GT grade adds blue accents all over the black interior, and comes with sporty seats with contrast blue stitching, metal pedals, and large steering mounted paddles.
The center console houses a large infotainment touchscreen display that helps reduce the button count by integrating most of the functions into the display. The instrument cluster now has a tachometer display in the center and a digital speedometer within it.
The Renault Megane Estate GT is the first compact (C-segment) estate to feature 4CONTROL technology borrowed from the Renault Talisman, which features an active steering for the rear wheels as well.